I'm fairly new to Linux and decided to try elementary as the first distro to main, however when trying to install it from an USB drive, I see the elementary logo for a few seconds during which there's options to press e for options and c for command line or enter to continue with the boot, and after that my monitor says unsupported resolution. My monitor is 1920x1080 and uses a VGA connection.

  • Try pressing E, pressing TAB, pressing space at the end of the long line of text, and adding nomodeset to the boot parameters. – KGIII Apr 19 at 20:46

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